The Hilton hotel chain is synonymous with good food and good service, and the Hilton Dartford Bridge in Kent is no exception.
Visitors are invited to partake in a leisurely light snack in the hotel’s purpose-built Court Lounge. Here, patrons can indulge in a dish of their choosing from a menu of classic British fare. Satisfy a lunchtime hunger with one of the Court Lounge’s sandwich options filled with a choice of delicious and fresh ingredients. Or sample a wrap instead which are perfectly suited to dainty appetites. On cold days, indulge in the Hilton club burger oozing flavour and taste too good to ignore. There are also a range of popular Hilton classics which regular visitors to the chain will be familiar with. Each dish on the menu is delivered with care and consideration so that visitors are presented with an appetising array of tasty treats. Alongside savoury delights, those with a sweet tooth are catered for too with a choice of melt-in-the-mouth pastries on display.
The setting of the Court Lounge in Dartford is conducive to leisurely eating in a relaxed environment. Whether meeting business associates for an informal exchange of ideas, or gathering with family and friends, the Court Lounge perfectly fits the bill. Professional staff are on hand to offer their services which adds to the positive experience of this casual eatery.
The Hilton Dartford Bridge Hotel is perfectly placed close to transport links and is within easy reach of the Capital. Visitors descending upon the venue as tourists to the area have a range of attractions close by including the historic dockyards at Chatham and Brands Hatch.
Take a seat in the Court Lounge in the Hilton Dartford Bridge Hotel and indulge in good conversation while enjoying a tasty fresh snack.
Please Note: this tastecard offer is only available on the Hilton Bar & Lounge's main food menu and drinks are not included.
Hilton Hotel, Masthead Close, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, DA2 6QF
Lynn: " Very poor service, waited 1hrs for food and customer service skills was really bad."
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